As i read through these reviews i can't help but think where these people went, as a current MMI student I can tell you what i notice
1. Campus is nice, parking is sketchy especially when class lets out, equipment and training aids could be somewhat better, but face it, they are torn down and rebuilt by students just like you so for the purpose they are for they work.
2. overall grade is not based off of just paper test (in theory classes yes it is) grading goes off of attendance, professionalism, lab work (majority of grade) and tests.
3. If you dont have any mechanical aptitude and just think working on cycles will be neat or fun... this is not a place for you... you have to be able to hold a wrench and know what it is for in order to have any type of clue.
4. the instructors are pretty cool, they will help you if you need it
5. i cant speak for student services and financial aid, however if you are a Vet they pre submit your tuition claim and amend it so you get your BAH on time.
6. the rules are a bit extreme, however think of what you want to do and the fact that if you screw up someone could lose their life
Overall i would say it is a good school, like any educational institution it is what you make of it, if you're there to show up and get the paper, good luck, if you are willing to learn and do things their way, it will work out. the only downfall is, if you have any experience it will get a little bit boring (mostly during theory) and having these young kids out of high school who screw around. just stay focused and you'll do fine
When it comes to employment, you are not guaranteed anything, if you want that job badly, you will set it up, be presentable, and go for it.